|Other Minds Presents: Something Else: A Fluxus Semicentenary // onscreen Q & A - Other Minds|
On Friday September 15, 2011, Other Minds presented a screening of a selection films by and with Fluxus artists George Maciunas, Dick Higgins, Ben Vautier, Nam June Paik and more. After the films, Charles Amirkhanian moderated a Q & A session in the theatre with Alison Knowles and Hannah Higgins, joined by filmmaker and program curator, Peter Esmonde. The screening and Q & A (under very dim lights) took place at the Sundance Kabuki Cinemas in San Francisco...
Keywords: Lecture; Panel Discussion; Other Minds; Fluxus; Alison Knowles; Hannah Higgins
|Other Minds Presents: Something Else: A Fluxus Semicentenary - Other Minds|
Something Else: A Fluxus Semicentenary, was a three day event honoring the past half decade of Fluxus, a loose association of like minded conceptual and performance artists. The series of events, which included a selection of films, a radio program, and a live performance, was sponsored by Other Minds, and held in San Francisco from September 15 - 17, 2011. The last day featured live performances of a selection of iconic Fluxus works by some of its founding and/or more famous artists...
Keywords: Other Minds presents; Fluxus; Performance art; Conceptual art; Inter-Media art
|MACHUNAS: A Performance Oratorio in Four Colors|
The story of “MACHUNAS” is an emblem of the end of twentieth century culture, in all its tragedy, irony, delusions and immense vitality. It’s inspired by and based on four key episodes in the life and death of George Maciunas, an architect, artist, activist and founder of the Fluxus art movement, the last avant-garde utopia of the modern era. His name is misspelled on purpose, both due to phonetic considerations and the desire to separate this story from any accurate description of his lif...
Keywords: Music; 21st century classical; Music Theater; Secular oratorios; Fluxus